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1410 | Views of any landscape, scene, build

ing, place or locality in the
United States, on cardboard or
paper, by whatever process
printed or produced, including
those wholly or in part pro-
duced by either lithographic or
photogelatin process (except
show cards), occupying 35
square inches or less of surface
per view, bound or unbound,

or in any other form:
Not thinner than toro inch.. 15 cents per lb. and 15 cents per lb, and 20 cents per lb.

25 per cent.

25 per cent. Thinner than 10 inch...

$2 per 1,000.-- $2 per 1,000... $2 per 1,000.
1411 Albums, wholly or partly manufac-

ed:
Photograph, autograph, scrap, 30 per cent... 30 per cent.

25 per cent.
post-card, and postage-stamp.
For phonograph records.

30 per cent.
30 per cent.

25 per cent." 1412 Playing cards.

10 cents per pack 10 cents per pack 60 per cent.

and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent. 1413 | Boxes, composed wholly or in chief 35 per cent... 35 per cent. 25 per cent. 46

value of paper, papier-mâché or paper board, and n. s. p. f. Manufactures of paper, or of which 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent. ✓ paper is the component material

of chief value, n. s. p. f.
Papers and paper board and pulp- 30 per cent...----- 30 per cent...

25 per cent.<7
board, including cardboard and
leatherboard or compress leather,
embossed, cut, die-cut, or
stamped into designs or shapes,
such as initials, monograms, lace,
borders, bands, strips, or other
forms, or cut or shaped for boxes
or other articles, plain or printed,
but not lithographed, and n. s.
p. f.
Paper board and pulpboard, includ- 30 per cent. 30 per cent... 25 per cent. 43

ing cardboard and leatherboard
or compress leather, plate fin-
ished, supercalendered or friction
calendered, laminated by means
of an adhesive substance, coated,
surface stained or dyed, lined or
vat-lined, embossed, printed, or
decorated or ornamented in any

manner. 48
Pressboards and press paper.- 30 per cent.

30 per cent.

25 per cent. Stereotype-matrix mat or board.. 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent.4 Test or container boards of a burst- 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

25 per cent. 48
ing strength above 60 pounds per
square inch by the Mullen or the

Webb test.
Wall pockets, composed wholly or 35 per cent.

35 per cent..
in chief value of paper, papier-

25 per cent. 46
mâché or paper board, whether
or not die-cut, embossed, or
printed lithographically or other-

wise.
Tubes wholly or in chief value of

paper, commonly used for hold-
ing yarn or thread: 5
If parallel..
1 cent per lb. and 35 per cent 18

25 per cent.48 ✓
25 per cent.
If tapered..
3 cents per lb. and 35 per cent 13

25 per cent.43 35 per cent.

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See footnote on p. 132.
*3 Manufactures of paper or of which paper is the component material of chief value, n. 8. p. f.
46 Manufactures of paper or papier-maché, or of which paper or papier-mâché is the component material
of chief value, n. s. p. f.

47 In act of 1913 covered by “papers or cardboard, cut, die-cut, etc.," and "manufactures of paper, or of which paper is the component material of chief value, n. ś. p. f.” Leather board or compressed leather free.

48 Laminated, glazed, coated, lined, printed, decorated, or ornamented in any manner (act of 1922).

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501(a) Yarn, wick, rope, cord, cloth, tape, 40 per cent.. 30 per cent 1

20 per cent. 1 and tubing, of asbestos, or of as

10 per cent, : bestos and any other spinnable fiber, with or without wire, and all manufactures of any of the foregoing, or of slivers or rovings. Slivers, rovings, of asbestos, or of 40 per cent... 25 per cent 2 10 per cent. asbestos and any other spinnable

fiber, with or without wire.
1501(b) Molded, pressed, or formed articles, 25 per cent. 25 per cent ?

10 per cent.
in part of asbestos, containing
any binding agent, coating, or
filler, other than hydraulic ce-

ment or synthetic resin.
1501(c) Asbestos shingles and articles in 34 cent per lb.---- 25 per cent ? 10 per cent.:

part of asbestos, if containing
hydraulic cement or hydraulic
cement and other material, not
coated, impregnated, deco-
rated, or colored, in any man-

ner.
If coated, impregnated, deco 1 cent per lb. 25 per cent ? 10 per cent.:

rated, or colored, in any man

ner. 1601(a)| All other manufactures of which 25 per cent. 25 per cent 2 10 per cent.:

asbestos is the component ma

terial of chief value.
1502 Boxing gloves, baseballs, footballs, 30 per cent.. 30 per cent. (6).

tennis balls, golf balls, and all
other balls, of whatever mate-
rial composed, finished or unfin-
ished, primarily designed for use
in physical exercise (whether or
not such exercise involves the
element of sport),4 and all clubs,
rackets, bats, golf tees, and other
equipment, such as is ordinarily
used in conjunction therewith,
all the foregoing, not specially

provided for.
Ice and roller skates, and parts 20 per cent.... 20 per cent. (6).

thereof.
1503
Spangles and beads, including 35 per cent..

35 per cent 8

35 per cent.
bugles, not specially provided

for.
Beads of ivory?
45 per cent. 45 per cent.

35 per cent.
Fabrics and articles 10 not ornament-

60 per cent..
60 per cent 10

50 per cent.
ed with beads, spangles, or bugles,
nor embroidered, tamboured, ap.
pliquéd, or scalloped, composed
wholly or in chief value of beads
or spangles (other than imitation
pearl beads, beads in imitation of
precious or semiprecious stones,
and beads in chief value of syn-
thetic resin).11
Hollow or filled imitation pearl 60 per cent.

60 per cent.

35 per cent." beads 12 of all kinds and shapes,

of whatever material composed.? Yarn and woven fabrics composed wholly or in chief value of asbestos. All other manufactures composed wholly or in chief value of asbestos. 8 Manufactures of

asbestos,

or of which these substances or any of them is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for.

Designed for use in physical exercise or in any indoor or outdoor game or sport,” in act of 1922. 0"Golf tees” added in act of 1930. Dutiable according to component material of chief value.

1 "Provided, That the rates on spangles and beads provided in this paragraph shall be applicable whether suchspangles and beads are strung or loose, mounted or unmounted” added by act of 1930. S: Including bugles” added by act of 1922.

not threaded or strung, or strung loosely on thread for facility in transportation only" in act of 1913 but not in act of 1922 or 1930.

10 Provided further, That no article composed wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing beads or spangles shall be subject to duty at a less rate than is imposed in any paragraph of this Act upon such articles without such beads or spangles. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

11. "Beads in chief value of synthetic resin” added in act of 1930. 1 New classification made in act of 1930.

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1503 Imitation solid pearl beads: 7

Valued at not more than one 60 per cent.

fourth of 1 cent per inch. 12
Valued at more than one-fourth 22 cent per in. and

of 1 cent and not more than 1 60 per cent.
cent per inch.12

60 per cent... 35 per cent.
Valued at more than 1 cent and 1 cent per in. and

not more than 5 cents per inch.12 40 per cent.
Valued at more than 5 cents per 60 per cent.

inch.12
Iridescent imitation solid pearl

beads: 7
Valued at not more than 10 cents 90 per cent.
per inch.12

>60 per cent.. 35 per cent.
Valued at more than 10 cents per 60 per cent.

inch.
Beads ? composed in chief value of 75 per cent.

35 per cent 13 or 45

35 per cent. synthetic resin. 12

per cent. 14
All other beads ? in imitation of pre 45 per cent.

45 per cent.. 35 per cent.
cious or semiprecious stones, of all
kinds and shapes, of whatever

material composed.
1504(a) Braids, plaits, laces, and willow

sheets or squares, suitable for making or ornamenting hats, bonnets, or hoods, composed wholly or in chief value of: Straw, chip, grass, palm leaf,

(15)

(15).
willow, osier, rattan, real
horsehair, cuba bark, or ma-

nila hemp
Not bleached, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent.

15 per cent..

15 per cent.
stained.
Bleached, dyed, colored, or 25 per cent.

20 per cent..
stained

20 per cent.
Containing a substantial part | 45 per cent. 15 18 or 20 17 per cent 15 16 or 2017

of rayon or other synthetic
textile (but not wholly or in

chief value thereof). 12
Paper 12—
Not bleached, dyed, colored, 15 per cent.

or stained.
Bleached, dyed, colored, or 25 per cent.

stained
Containing a substantial part 45 per cent.

>35 per cent 18 25 per cent. 18
of rayon or other synthetic
textile (but not wholly or in

chief value thereof).
Braids and plaits, wholly or in chief

value of ramie, suitable for
making or ornamenting hats,
bonnets, or hoods:
Not bleached, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent.

stained.
Bleached, dyed, colored, or 25 per cent.

stained.
Containing a substantial part of 45 per cent.

30 per cent 19

40 per cent. 19 rayon or other synthetic textile (but not wholly or in chief value

thereof). 7 See footnote on p. 139.

See footnote on p. 139. 12 New classification made in act of 1930. 13 Beads not specially provided for. 14 If beads in imitation of precious or semiprecious stones.

16 But the terms “grass” and “straw. shall be understood to mean these substances in their natural form and structure, and not the separated fibers thereof.

16 Not bleached, etc.
17 Bleached, etc.
18 Manufactures of paper, n. s. p. f.
19 Ramie hat braids, in acts of 1922 and 1913.

per cent.

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1504(b) Hats, bonnets, and hoods, whether

wholly or partly maufactured,
composed wholly or in chief

value of:
Straw, chip, grass, palm leaf,

(15)

(15).
willow, osier, rattan, real
horsehair, Cuba bark, or ma-
nila hemp 20-
Not blocked or trimmed.

35 per cent 21

25 per cent.
(1) Not bleached, dyed, col- 25 per cent.

ored, or stained.12
(2) Bleached, dyed, colored, 25 cents per dozen
or stained. 12

and 25 per cent.
Blocked or trimmed-
(3) Whether or not bleached, $3.50 per dozen 50 per cent 21

40 per cent.
dyed, colored, or stained. and 50 per cent.
(4) Sewed (whether or not $4 per dozen and 60 per cent or 88 25 per cent 23 or 40
blocked, trimmed,

60 per cent.
per cent. 22

Per cent.24
bleached, dyed, colored,

or stained).
Paper 12—
Not blocked or trimmed-
(1) Not bleached, dyed, col- 25 per cent...

ored, or stained.
(2) Bleached, dyed, colored, 25 cents per dozen
or stained.

and 25 per cent.
Blocked or trimmed-
(3) Whether or not bleach- $3.50 per dozen

35 per cent 18 25 per cent.18
ed, dyed, colored, or and 50 per cent.

staired.
(4) Sewed (whether or not $4 per dozen and

blocked, trimmed, 60 per cent.
bleached, dyed, color-

ed, or stained).
Ramie-
Not blocked or trimmed-
(1) Not bleached, dyed, col- 25 per cent..

ored, or stained.
(2) Bleached, dyed, colored, 25 cents per dozen
or stained.

and 25 per cent.
Blocked or trimmed

(40 per cent 25 or 35 50 per cent 25 or 40 (3) Whether or not bleach- $3.50 per dozen

per cent.26

per cent.27
ed, dyed, colored, or and 50 per cent.

stained.
(4) Sewed (whether or not $4 per dozen and

blocked, trimmed, 60 per cent.
bleached, dyed, colored,

or stained).
(5) Any of the foregoing known 25 per cent... 25 per cent 28 25 per cent 23 or 40
as harvest hats, valued at

per cent 24 less than $3 per dozen. 1504 (c) As used in this paragraph the terms

“grass” and “straw" mean these substances in their natural form and structure, and not the sepa

rated fiber thereof. 12 New classification made in act of 1930.

15 But the terms “grass” and “straw" shall be understood to mean these substances in their natural form and structure, and not the separated fibers thereof. 18 Manufactures of paper, n. s. p. f.

20 “Composed wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing materials” in act of 1922; “foregoing materials” referring to braids, plaits, laces, and willow sheets or squares. 21 If made oʻ braids, etc.; if not made of braids, dutiable according to component material of chief value.

22 88 per cent on men's sewed straw hats valued at not more than $9.50 per dozen by presidential proclamation, effective Mar. 14, 1926, under sec. 315.

23 Not blocked or trimmed.
24 Blocked or trimmed.
25 Manufactures of ramie hat braids.
26 Wearing apparel composed wholly or in chief value of vegetable fiber other than cotton.
27 Wearing apparel composed wholly of ramie.
28 Straw hats known as harvest hats, valued at less than $3 per dozen.

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1505 Hats, bonnets, and hoods, wholly

or in chief value of any braid
not provided for in paragraph
1504, if such braid is composed
of a substantial part of rayon or
other synthetic textile, but not

whollyor inchief value thereof:12
(1) Blocked or trimmed (whether 90 per cent. (29).

(2o).
or not bleached, dyed, colored,

or stained).
(2) If sewed (whether or not 90 per cent.... (29).

(29).
blocked, trimmed, bleached,

dyed, colored, or stained).
1506 Brooms, made of broom corn, straw, 25 per cent. 15 per cent.

15 per cent.
wooden fiber, or twigs.
Tooth brushes and other toilet 2 cents each and 60 per cent 30

35 per cent.
brushes, the handles or backs of 50 per cent.
which are composed wholly or in
chief value of any product pro-

vided for in paragraph 31.12
Handles and backs for tooth 1 cent each and 60 per cent...
brushes and other toilet brushes,

40 per cent.
50 per cent.
composed wholly or in chief value
of any product provided for in
paragraph 31.12
Toilet brushes, ornamented, 60 per cent...

45 per cent..

35 per cent.
mounted, or fitted with gold,
silver, or platinum, or wholly or
partly plated with gold, silver, or
platinum, whether or not enam-

eled.12
Other tooth brushes and other toilet 1 cent each and 45 per cent... 35 per cent.
brushes.

50 per cent.
All other brushes, not specially pro- 50 per cent.

45 per cent. vided for.

35 per cent. Hair pencils in quills or otherwise.. 40 per cent. 45 per cent. 1507 Bristles, sorted, bunched, or pre

35 per cent. 3 cents per lb.. 7 cents per lb. 7 cents per lb. pared. 1508 Button forms of lastings, mohair 10 per cent...

10 per cent.

10 per cent.
or silk cloth, and manufactures
of other material, in patterns 31 of
such size, shape, or form as to be
fit for buttons exclusively, and
not exceeding 3 inches 32 in any

one dimension.
1509 Buttons, finished or partly fin.

ished: 33
Vegetable ivory.

144 cents per line 174 cents per line
per gross and 25

per gross and 25
per cent.

per cent. 33 36 lines and larger..

35 per cent. Below 36 lines..

45 per cent.
Pearl or shell.

134 cents per line 134 cents per line
per gross and 25

per gross and 25
per cent.

per cent. 26 lines and larger..

25 per cent.
Below 26 lines..

45 per cent.
Button blanks: 33
Vegetable ivory, not drilled, 54 cent per line per 34 cent per line per

40 per cent.34 dyed, or finished.

gross and 25 per gross and 25 per
cent.

cent.
Pearl cr shell, not tur ned, faced, 1/4 cents per line 144 cents per line
or drilled.

40 per cent. 84 per gross and 25

per gi oss and 25 per cent.

per cent. 1510 Buttons commonly known as agate 112 cents per line 15 per cent.. 15 per cent. buttons. 33

per gross and 25

per cent. 13 New classification made in act of 1930. 29 Dutiable according to method of manufacture or component material of chief value. 30 45 per cent if “bristle" is the component material of chief value. 31 “Or other manufactures of cloth, woven or made in patterns" in act of 1913. 32 8 inches in act of 1913.

33 Provided That the term “line as used in this paragraph and paragraph 1510 shall mean the line button measure of, one-fertieth cf 1 inch (act of 1930): Provided, That the term "line" as used in this paragraph shall mean the line button measure of one-fortieth of 1 inch (act of 1922).

34 Button blanks, finished or unfinished.

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